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Illuminating therapies


Washington, D.C. - Ongoing work regarding aminolevulinic acid (ALA) for photodynamic therapy provides a shining example of the value of off-label uses. The drug has earned UK approval for treating skin cancer and FDA approval for actinic keratoses. However, its most effective applications may well be cosmetic treatments including photo-rejuvenation, acne, and sebaceous gland hyperplasia.

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